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ThE NACHIGAN DAILY

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engineering stu-
which will be
>uncement of the
total of 2,106 stu-
hile this shows an
er the 1,708 stu-
g term, the actu-
graduates in at-
onsiderably less.
les 205 men at-
aining course as
of the different

than any other class, for their mem-
bers number but 240, while 413 men
completed their third year at the col-
lege last June.
It is seen by the new summary that,
while war has increased the total of
students in the combined colleges, it
has made noticeable inroads in the
numbers of undergraduates, the real
backbone of the college.
Pioneer and Ristorleal Society Meets
Michigan Pioneer and Historical so-
ciety will hold its 44th annual meet-
ing May 27, 28, and 29 in the senate
chamber at Lansing.
Patriotic addresses and music will
make up the program. Three evening
talks will be given by Prof. R. Clyde
Ford, of the State Normal college,
and by ex-Governors Chase Osborn
and Woodbridge N. Ferris on the pres.
ent war and. what must be _done to
win it.
Free Exhibition of the celebrated
Medici Color Prints now on display at
the James Foster House of Art.-Adv

notable features of the
r this term is the mark-
in attendance in they
college, which reports
s as compared with 156

eniors of this year
o the service more

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MILITARY NEWS,
Gallery range apparatus is being
constructed by mechanical students.,
A large supply of ammunition will
probably be forwarded by the war de-
partment this summer, so that the
cadets may commence active gallery
range practice next fall. At the pres-
ent time no ammunition is being dis-
tributed by the war department to the
different R. 0. T. C. in universities and
colleges throughout the central states.
Between 15 and 20 cadets are leav-
ing the ranks of the-R. O. T. C. daily
to join different branches of the ser-
vice or enlist in farm work. The draft
and the quota to the fourth officers'.
training camp at Camp Custer has also
taken a large number of the cadets
out of the corps.
Cards have been issued by the mili-
tary officials and sent to the cadets
who have been "habitually absent
from the formations." The cadets who
have received a card will report at
4:15 o'clock tomorrow in University
hall auditorium.
Two inter-company baseball games
are scheduled for 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon on Ferry field. The teams.
represent the"first battalion of the
Second regiment. Company A will
play company C, and company B, com-.
pany D.
Results of the inter-company base-
ball games of the first battalion of
the First regiment at 4:15 o'clock
yesterday afternoon were as follows:
Company A, 8; company C, 1. Bat-
teries: Selby and Barnes; not record-
ed.
Company B, 11; company D, 0. Bat-
teries: Stark and Lorring, Aschdack-
er; Martin and Johnson, Schnorback.
W. A. Pearl, '16, of Oriel, has been
decorated by the French government
with the croix de guerre for bravery
in ambulance service, according to in-
formation received here yesterday.
Pearl was selected to receive the
Rhodes scholarship from Michigan,
and left here to enter Oxford in Sep-
tember, 1916.
Men Prepare to Leave for Camp
Dean John R. Effinger stated yester-
day that a constant stream of men are
passing through the office making ar-
rangements to leave the University to
enter the fourth officers' training
camp at Camp Custer, which opens
May 15. Many men are also leaving
in answer to the call of the last draft.
Base Ball Supplies-all kinds at
Cushtng's.-Adv.
Use the Daily classified columns.

SUREY SHOWS WAR HAS
'LITTLE EFFECT 0ON LABOR
LU RE AUS'. O1WANMZE FOR MO0BILI-
ZATION AND J ISTRIBVTION
OF WORKING FORCES
Chicago, May 13.-The nation's in-
dustrial manpower has not suffered
any serious depletion as a result of
the United States first year in the
world. war, so far as indicated in.
recent surveys of the general labor
situtation conducted by the United
States employment service and the
lilinois employment bureau. Except
in certain skilled trades these bureaus
finr there is no marked shortage of
.labor, the chief problem at present
being distribution.
On an average 100,000 persons are
obtaining employment through the
Chicago district office of the federal
bureau as compared with a total of
495,000 during the last, fiscal year.
This huge increase is accounted for
by the recent re-organization of the
bureau for service as the national ma-
chinery for the mobilization and dis-
tribution of the country's labor. As
such it has handled the applications
of hundreds of thousands of workers
registering with the public service re-
serve, including more than 260,000 me-
chanics for shipbuilding.
Urged to Use Agency
A system of daily surveys shows the
bureaus where the greatest shortages
or surpluses exist and with this in-
formation it is able to make econo-
mic distribution. Manufacturers are
being urged to use the government
agency as far as possible in order to
reduce the labor turnover and uneco-
nomic competition between industries
essential to the war.
The demand for women workers is
said to be about normal. Only in a

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Majestic-Theda Bara
Soul of Buddha."

in "The *

Wuerth-W. .S. Hart in "The'
Two Gun Men in the Bargain."
Also Son of Democracy "Down
the River."'
Orpheum-"The Love Brokers,"
played by Alma Rubens. Also com-'
edy and news.
Arcade-Harold Lockwood in
"The Landloper," And Drew
comedy, "When a Man Marries."

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Matinees
Wed.
and Sat.

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Nights
50C to
$2.50

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Naughty Wife,"

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AT THE ARCADE

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Let us fit yo6i out in one of
the Fashions Latest- Models

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Americans and foreigners do not work
together on the same basis.
A large athletic field is at your dis-
fosal.
Those of you who wish to conme
should write a few days before you
expect. to arrive. Physical examina-
tion required.
For further information call on
or phone Carl E. Johnson, 1550 Wash-
tenaw, Agent for Goodyear Tire and
Rubber Co., of Akron, Ohio. Phone
188, between 5-6 and 7-8, Tues., Thurs.,
and Fri.-Adv.
Plan Move to Oust German
Detroit, Mich., May 13.-Several or-
ganizations are known to be planning
a move to oust the study of German
from the Detroit public schools.
"German" is still given in the list of
studies which the students may elect.

G. H. Wild Company
311 S. STATE ST.
'LITARY UNIFORMS OUR SPECIALTY

SUPPLY AND DEMAND
value of the assets of any organization. -When a half
e want the same thing at the same time, and there is not
all, UP goes the price. THAT'S what is happening to the
and therein lies the reason why oil-producing properties
g more valuable every day.
Invader Oil and Refiinfg Co.
he young, alert companies operating in the Mid-Continent
ng 4,600 acres of oil leases and having sixteen producing
NOW PAYING A CASH DIVIDEND OF 1% MONTHLY
)ING UP K SATISFACTORY SURPLUS.
k- at $6 per share A an unusual purchase, and we recom-
nvestors of every class.
ORSHEE and KUEHNLE

few isolated cases have they replaced
men called to the colors. A few plants
engaged on war contracts have em-
ployed large numbers of women with-
out difficulty. Many women teachers
are said to be . leaving the school
rooms for more renumerative employ-
ment and the draft has drawn so
heavily ppon the already scant sup-
ply of men teachers that several'
states report the situation alarming
for next year.
New Department Formed
To cope with what is expected to be*
an unprecedented railroad labor short-
age later in the year, a new depart-
ment of the United States employment
service has been organized to handle
railroad labor for the western regional
district. By order of Director-Gener-
al McAdoo the railroads have abolished
their labor bureaus and the govern-
ment agency will recruit their men
as well as direct the distribution. In.
event of an acute shortage of workers

Dustin Farnum, playing in "The
Spy" at the Arcade today, portrays the
part of a man of wealth and social
position who undertakes the hazard-
ous task of gaining a list of Teutonic
spies in the United States. When in
Berlin, he finds it necessary to en-
roll himself among those spies before
he can find where the book contain-
ing their names is kept. When he
gets posession of it he sends it to
the American ambassador. A love
story runs through the plot combining
admirably with the. heroic actions of
the hero. Winifred Kingston plays
opposite Dustin Farnum.
COLLEGE MEN WANTED FOR SUM-
MER WORK
We are offering employment to col-
lege men, over 18 years of age, on
government work and regular commer-
cial lines. Our factory operates six
days a week, on three eight-hour
shifts. While you are learning the
operation we pay you 35c an hour,
plus a 10 per cent bonus on all wages
for steady attendance, computed in
weekly periods. After learning the
work which takes from one to three
weeks, yo are able to earn from $5
to $7 a day and better.
We refund railroad fare of $10 or
less in 30 days; from $10 to $20 in
60 days; from $20 to $30 in 90 days.
We have- a housing bureau which will
assist the applicants in securing rooms
at the lowest rates.
Working conditions are the best.
TMAJNEAT CI

"The Naughty Wife"
With
CHAR1LS CHARRY and BLANCH YURKA
SHOWS AT 3:oo, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
i1c Unless Otherwise Specified.
iues-Wed- 14 15Dustin TIarnum in
heSy d" (<l('ues) 'Pathe News;
(W'ed)llMtt and( Jeff Cartoon,
"Chcee'e T-amers" and Screen Tele-
gram.
Thur-Fri-iG6-7-Madge Kennedy in "The
l)angr cae andl Christie Comn-
edy, "CircumstantialnEvidence." 2C.
Sat-18-1Illian Walker in "Lust of the
Ages," and Sennett Comedy, Sidney
Chaplin in "Friendly hnemies." 20c.
P a-
Hats
Cleaned, Bleached and Reblocked
In the latest shapes, with all new trim-
mnings. Looks just like New. We use
no acids. We do ouly high class work.
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard St., next to the Delta
Telephone 1792
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M uerthTheater
Afternoon-2:3o and 4:00
Evening-7:oo, :oo and~io:oo
Phone-i6o-J
BOOKINGS FOR MAY
'ues-W'ed-z41-15-Pauline Frederick in =
S"1adlame Jealousy." Also "Eagle
T hur s- Fnr 16-17 -- Roy Stewart in '
.a "IBoss of the Lazy Y." Also Corn-
- edy.
-Sat-tS--William Russell in "Thle
E Great Stanley Secret." Also News
and Comedy, "Hello Teacher."
Sun-Mon-19-2 - JuIan Eltinge in
"The Widow's Might." Also Son of
I emoeracy 'The Slave Auction."
'rtes-Wed- -'t-an-Loujse Glaum in
"An Alien Enemy." Also "Eagle
-r Eye," No.ir.
OrpheumTheater
Afternoon-2:30 and 4:oo
Evening-7:oo, 8:oo and io:o
Phone-16o-J
BOOKIIGS FOR MAY
T~~es-2-Vivian Martin in "The Sun-
Sset Trail." Also "Eagle dye," No. .
(Ret.)
Wed--i s-Julan ltinge in "The
Countess Charming." Also "Eagle
s 1Eye," No. io.( Ret.)
Thurs-Fri-t6-17-Wallace Reid in
" "Rimrock Jones." Also Keystone,
M "Did She Do Wrong?"
Sat-iS--essie Love in "ThCGreat
Adventure." Also News and Comedy.
Sun-Mon-19-2o--Magery Wilson in
"The Law of the Great Northwest."
- Also News and Comedy.
Tues-21-W. S. Hart in "The Nar-
row frail." Also "Eagle E;ye," No.
M . (Ret.)

Inhvatment - Securities
National Bank Bldg.

PHIONE 808

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chigan Staic Telephone Co.

in maintenance of war departments, it
is planned to suspend work not abso-
lutely necessary and send men from
these locations to points where they
are more urgently needed. A great
number of laborers are said to have
left the roads because of the higher
wages they can obtain in mines or
factories.
Choice Jts From
College Exchanges
A $34,000 fire in the engineering
shops at the University of Kansas will
it is feared, prevent their use in con-
templated war work by the govern-
ment. The building and the machin-
ery within it were to have been taken
over by the federal government for
special training along technical lines.

NELL SHIPMAN
with
ALF. WHITMAN

TO-DAY

in

"THE HOMETRAIL"
Also
A FUNNY COMEDY

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nportant Service Change

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EXTRA !

EXTRA!!

Beginning fay 15th

ease Do Not Ask the Operator for the Time of Day

We ansiver the question throughout
the State: "Whait time is it?"

150,000 Times a Day

University of Wisconsin students
will celebrate New Year's Day, 1919,
by attending- classes. At a special
meeting of the faculty held Saturday
it was decided to cut the Christmas
recess for the coming academic year
to 10 days for the purpose of adding
an extra week to the summer vacation.

Notwithstanding this service-furnished without charge-has al-
ways been a severe burden, we have gladly given it as a conven-
ience, especially to the school children, who have used it most.
1But Now We Must Discontinue the: Practice
in Order to Save Time, Labor and Apparatus
War conditions are producing increasing demands upon our switch-
board and other facilities for important domestic, commercial and
governmental messages, therefore,

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A conference will be held on May
23 of professors of military science
and tactics from all the colleges of the
New England and middle Atlantic
states where military units are main-
tained.
Hereafter, graduates of Barnard col-
lege will be eligible for one degree
only, that of A. B. The degree of B. S.
will no longer be regarded as an un-
graduate degree, but as a professional
or technical one, to be awarded to
those who pursue a combined college
and professional school course.

10,000 Spies
Operating -in America!l
BOLOWING UP OF SUBWAYS AND BROOKLYN BRIDGES PREVENT.
ED BY SACRIFICE OF BRAVE AMERICAN-WILLIAM FOX'S
SENSATIONAL PHOTO-DRAMA TELLS THE STORY--
DO YOU KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR?
It's the unusual that cuts the great big figure. And William Fox
has attained it in "THE SPY", the timely sensational photo-drama ex-
posing the operations of Germany's Secret Police in the United States.
DO YOU. KNOW YOUR NEIGHBOR? No; not always. Do you
know that the Prussians have 10,000foreign emissaries lurking and
scheming in this country? Every day the newspapers have stories to
the effect that important state secrets, information of military move-
ments and operations of the naval vessels reach the head of Germany's
Secret Police in Berlin.
All this is told in pictures by William Fox in one of the Greatest
War pictures of the day. And there is not a battle scene in it. "THE
SPY" features Dustin Farnum, as Mark Quaintance, the rich and
petted society man-who braved the horrors of Berlin's prisons-the
man who served his country in its time of need.

Beginning May 15th

ie Do Not Ask the Operator for the Time of Day
CHIGAN.STATE TELEPHONE COMPANY

Colgate university conferred Bac-
calaureate degrees on 65 men at the
99th Commencement, Tuesday, May 7.

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Arcade

Out of town subscription, including
the sales in the Chicago dapartments,
have brought the third Liberty Loan
total for the University of Illinois up
to $220,000.

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